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Over a period of five years he managed to win and lose half to one million dollars a week but never managed to get all the money back that he had "borrowed" from the bank.

At the time these sounded like big deals, until Leeson in Singapore managed to totally eliminate and bankrupt the bank he worked for, and then a Frenchman broke that record again with a whopping seven billion or so share trading fraud in 2008. In 1989 a 'bushie' looking character walked into the Bank of South Australia in Knuckey St.

Darwin, barefoot and dressed in an old pair of shorts and singlet and a big beard and sunglasses and demanded money.

The teller gave him a handsome sum and he walked out the door and around the corner( he had no getaway car).

He pleaded with the bank to show some compassion and not sell his house, which would leave his partner and five-year-old son without a home.

Yeah right, we all know banks are really compassionate don't we?

The assistant pastor and two bible study teachers of the Open Door Korean Church at Chatswood, Sydney, had noticed that 19-year-old Angela Kim did not attend church services as regular as they would like to see.

The curry did not come in a hurry, so by the time the delivery driver turned up at their door they had both fallen asleep.

The Indian, who in court also claimed to be a member of the Nepalese royal family just to add to the amazingness of this story, found the front door open, so when he received no reply to his calls he entered the house.

They served five years in a US prison before making it home to Oz again..

A Sydney couple was a bit hungry, so they got on the phone to the local Indian restaurant and ordered some curry.

The assistant pastor and two bible study teachers of the Open Door Korean Church at Chatswood, Sydney, had noticed that 19-year-old Angela Kim did not attend church services as regular as they would like to see.The curry did not come in a hurry, so by the time the delivery driver turned up at their door they had both fallen asleep.The Indian, who in court also claimed to be a member of the Nepalese royal family just to add to the amazingness of this story, found the front door open, so when he received no reply to his calls he entered the house.They served five years in a US prison before making it home to Oz again..A Sydney couple was a bit hungry, so they got on the phone to the local Indian restaurant and ordered some curry.But 34 year old Robert Hulme tried it anyway in December 2004.